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Mumford & Sons fourth album 'Delta' released via Island/Gentlemen of the Road. Recorded at The Church Studios in London, and produced by Paul Epworth.
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Mumford and Sons release their fourth album Delta - recorded at The Church Studios in London, and produced by Paul Epworth. Since the release of Wilder Mind in May 2015, and the collaborative Johannesburg EP in the Summer of 2016, Mumford and Sons have found a rich, prolific vein of form in the writing for Delta.
Delta is a record of differing shades, colours and textures. A record that finds Mumford and Sons, no longer young lads caught in a whirlwind, exploring that sense of adulthood and responsibility that comes of turning thirty and revaluating priorities. It’s a tender listen, introspective and reflective but is married with those ecstatic stadium-sized dynamics. It sounds like a career-defining body of work. Delta is a substantial, exciting record by a British band in the form of their lives.
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I always try to judge each track, each album by its merits, rather than simply liking it as it is from a band I have liked in the past. And in this case, I still love the band, but not the album, and none of the tracks. Nothing I dislike, but I am already looking for the next one. I don't want them to be formulaic, and revert to a repeat of a previous album, but I do want them to move me. Delta didn't.
As a long term pro musician I think I can judge quality when it pops up, and this is it. Put it in same drawer as Elbow maybe.